In a forest clearing on the edge of Parque Nacional Puyuhue is Termas Puyuhue, an exclusive hot spring resort. On the broad verandah around the two open-air pools, bathers sun between dips in the thermal springs. There is also a roofed Olympic-sized basin filled with these 35-36Â°C (95-97Â°F) waters. One way to enjoy Termas Puyehue is with a day pass, which includes access to the pools, sauna and gym, plus an open bar and all-you-can-eat lunch buffet. Visitors can also be a guest at the all-inclusive hotel set in extensive gardens surrounded by native trees. Services for overnighters include free access to all facilities, horseback riding, bicycles and four meals per day. The grounds also present a cinema, mini-museum and tennis courts.
Ruta U-485, Km 1
Lago Puyehue, Chile
Ruta U-485 is the road to the Aguas Calientes sector of Parque Nacional Puyehue.
From the east end of Osorno's Mercado Municipal, Expreso Lago Puyehue leaves Osorno for Aguas Calientes sector of the national park, passing by the entrance
Price Description: Day pass to hot springs:
Adults: $40-50 (low season), $60-70 (high)
Children (3-11 years old): $20-30 (low), $40-50 (high)
All-inclusive stay at the hotel: $300 per night for 2 persons. Taxes are included.
Open Hours from:10:00a.m.
Open Hours to:6:00p.m.
Visitors can go hiking or skiing in Parque Nacional Puyehue, fishing in Lago Puyehue, or roam the town of Entre Lagos.
Further afield, visit Osorno and stroll the town, checking out the various public monuments, churches, historic houses, the Cemeterio AlemÃ¡n and the Fuerte Reina MarÃa Luisa. Visit the other museums. Take in a performance or a movie. Visit nearby villages like Puerto Octay and Frutillar. Take a hike in Parque Nacional Puyehue and soak in the hot springs afterwards.
E-mail: reservas(at) hotelpuyehue.cl
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